Kent’s Digital and Lifelong Learning (DaLL) has been created to help busy working professionals, employers and organisations benefit from the University’s academic and research excellence, in ways which are tailored to the requirements of different work-based learning contexts and stages of career development. 

Key facts

£12 m

The University has a multi-million pound scholarship fund to support our taught and research students

Top 50

Kent proudly placed at number 24 in the Rate My Apprenticeship 'Top 50 Training Providers' 2019-2020

100%

The UK Apprenticeship Levy means that Kent staff can have 100% of Apprenticeship training covered, with no cost to them or to their school/department

100%

Professional Practice scored 100% overall student satisfaction in the 2019 Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES)  

DaLL / Study that works for you


At DaLL we are committed to providing access to transformational higher education through offering high-quality teaching, applied educational design and development activities. Our blended and flexible approach to learning allows the development of knowledge and work-related skills through higher degree apprenticeships; online digital courses and micro-credentials; individual modules; part-time postgraduate certificates; diplomas and Master's degrees.

At DaLL we work in collaborative partnership with regional, national and international employers and organisations to develop tailored provision. We are skilled in designing learning opportunities which achieve the right balance between study and the commitments of ongoing work requirements.  This allows individuals to study effectively and advance their careers, whilst also achieving employers’ organisational goals.